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Ex Elettrofonica

Ex Elettrofonica
Ex Elettrofonica
An evocative exhibition space
Ex Elettrofonica
Ex Elettrofonica

In 2009 in Rome Ex Elettrofonica was born, a space that marks a change in the architectural concept of an exhibition space, a place of interaction between visual arts and architecture. Over the years the gallery has offered exhibitions dedicated to young Italian and foreign artists, most of them designed to dialogue with space. The selected artists are heterogeneous in origin, age, artistic practice and formal typology of the works, but united by the vision of art as a process.

The issues they face are the landscape, environmental changes, political and social identity. Among the artists who exhibited we find Elena Mazzi. Elena Mazzi's poetics investigates the relationship between man and the environment surrounding it, in which he lives and with which he confronts every day: a type of analysis that is often linked to an anthropological look and approach, which goes on to analyze an identity that is both personal and collective, which relates to a specific territory, and which gives rise to ways of exchange and transformation that need to be investigated, explored and transmitted.

Another artist to have exhibited was Angela Marzullo. She calls herself a radical feminist artist. She criticizes the sexist mechanisms that build gender identity from childhood, and sees culture as a possibility to transmit the feminist struggle. From 2015 she explores the intersection of the themes of motherhood and feminism. The exploration of private / public borders, traditional feminist themes, becomes recurrent in her work.

Another artist out of the choir to have exhibited in these spaces: Anna Raimondo. A globalized world where the differences between community and identity are exported and treated as objects, Anna Raimondo explores the differences, the multiple identities to break the barriers, to transform them into the flow of the continuous possible. Anna Raimondo's work is a tool for meeting and exchange, a journey that celebrates social diversity, creating possible areas of interaction. The method is flexible and varied, and accepts the unexpected as its founding value. The gender issue is another important guiding thread in his work, opening reflections on female identity, questioning its boundaries. There is also an ironic and playful aspect in her actions in the public space and in his plastic creations: a story, a word, a gesture and a daily object becoming evidence of a multiple identity and in constant transformation.

In 2009 in Rome he inaugurates Ex Elettrofonica, a space that marks a change in the architectural concept of an exhibition space, a place of interaction between visual arts and architecture. Over the years the gallery has offered exhibitions dedicated to young Italian and foreign artists, most of them designed to dialogue with space. The selected artists are heterogeneous in origin, age, artistic practice and formal typology of the works, but united by the vision of art as a process. The issues they face are the landscape, environmental changes, political and social identity. Among the artists who exhibited Elena Mazzi. Elena Mazzi's poetics investigates the relationship between man and the environment surrounding it, in which he lives and with which he confronts every day: a type of analysis that is often linked to an anthropological look and approach , which goes on to analyze an identity that is both personal and collective, which relates to a specific territory, and which gives rise to ways of exchange and transformation that need to be investigated, explored and transmitted. Another artist to have exhibited was Angela Marzullo. She calls herself a radical feminist artist. He criticizes the sexist mechanisms that build gender identity from childhood, and sees culture as a possibility to transmit the feminist struggle. from 2015 he explores the intersection of the themes of motherhood and feminism. The exploration of private / public borders, traditional feminist themes, becomes recurrent in his work. Another artist out of the choir to have exhibited in these spaces: Anna Raimondo. A globalized world where the differences between community and identity are exported and treated as objects, Anna Raimondo explores the differences, the multiple identities to break the barriers, to transform them into the flow of the continuous possible. Anna Raimondo's work is a tool for meeting and exchange, a journey that celebrates social diversity, creating possible areas of interaction. The method is flexible and varied, and accepts the unexpected as its founding value. The gender issue is another important guiding thread in his work, opening reflections on female identity, questioning its boundaries. There is also an ironic and playful aspect in his actions in the public space and in his plastic creations: a story, a word, a gesture and a daily object becoming evidence of a multiple identity and in constant transformation.
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